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Seattle’s Minimum Wage Hike Hasn’t Actually Led to Fewer Jobs

A new study shows restaurants are paying workers more without cutting jobs The most polarizing issue facing the restaurant industry in recent years has arguably been the minimum wage. While fast-food workers and labor groups such asShow More Summary

Cheesecake Factory Interiors Are Weird and Wonderful, All Thanks to This Designer

How Egyptian columns, wood paneling, and palm trees came to be part of the casual chain The Cheesecake Factory, in all of its gold-hued, dark wood opulence, romance novel-length menu, and Ancient Egypt meets Vegas Strip vibe, might not be the American dream, but certainly an American dream. Show More Summary

Patron Steals Human Toe From Canadian Bar

UberEats adds tipping, Grant Achatz’s TV habits, and more A toe has gone missing from a Canadian bar and hotel. The bar serves a Klondike-inspired “Sourtoe cocktail” (aka a shot of whisky with a toe floating in the glass) using a human toe that was cured in salt for six months. Show More Summary

The Founder of Stumptown Is Launching an Independent Coffee Company

Puff opens in Portland this November Duane Sorenson, the founder of Stumptown Coffee Roasters, is returning to the third-wave coffee world with Puff, an independent coffee company with a roasting facility in Portland, the Oregonian reports. Show More Summary

A White Soundtrack in a Black Neighborhood

How a change in the playlist can attract a different clientele I was drinking my day away at Harlem brunch spot The Grange – ask for a passionfruit Bellini and thank me later – when I looked around and wondered if I had been teleported to Williamsburg. Show More Summary

There’s Nothing More Classically London Than Fish and Chips

‘Dining on a Dime’ goes to Notting Hill for fries and mushy peas Scones and clotted cream. Lennon and McCartney. Jeeves and Wooster. Each could exist without the other, but would be poorer for it. In this episode of Dining on a Dime: London, host Lucas Peterson sets out to try the iconic English meal — fish and chips. Show More Summary

7-Up with Milk Is a Revelation

For breaking the fast during Ramadan, nothing satisfies quite like doodh soda In early 1994, my family and I packed up our lives in the United Arab Emirates to move in with my grandmother in Lahore, Pakistan. When Ramadan began a few...Show More Summary

Andrew Zimmern Embarks on a Personal Food Journey for ‘The Zimmern List’

The author/host/chef eats non-bizarre foods for a change After more than a decade traveling the world eating local delicacies — including heaps of offal, bugs, and aggressively fermented foodstuffs — Andrew Zimmern is going on a tour...Show More Summary

Will Fresh Beef Help or Hurt McDonald’s?

Cooked-to-order burgers mean longer waits at the drive-thru Are drive-thru customers willing to wait a little longer for food that tastes better? As Reuters reports, that’s the question currently plaguing McDonald’s, which has slowly...Show More Summary

Burger King Now Has a Lucky Charms Milkshake

Plus, Bourdain's summer plans and a sous vide delivery service Starting today, select Burger King locations will be selling a Lucky Charms milkshake, made with vanilla soft serve, syrup, and the cereal. They already have a Froot Loops shake so this seems par for the course. Show More Summary

Tim Hortons’ Franchisees Are Pissed at New Burger King Overlords

The Canadian chain has filed a $500M class-action lawsuit The merger between Tim Hortons, Canada’s largest homegrown chain restaurant, and its new parent company, U.S.-based Restaurant Brands International (RBI) is off to a rocky start:...Show More Summary

Francis Mallmann Opens First Restaurant in Europe

Francis Mallmann at Château La Coste opens in Aix-en-Provence Argentine celebrity chef Francis Mallmann is now cooking with fire in France. The Chef’s Table star has opened Francis Mallmann at Château La Coste, T, the New York Times style magazine, reports. Show More Summary

Dunkin’ Donuts Rips Off Viral Milkshake Specialist Black Tap

A copycat milkshake pops up in Lebanon Dunkin’ Donuts, a chain that has a well-documented history of selling copycat treats overseas, is now hawking a drink in Lebanon that looks suspiciously like one of the elaborate candy-encrusted...Show More Summary

Eater Is Hiring an Editorial Coordinator

Come join our team Eater is looking for an extremely organized editorial coordinator to join our team of writers, editors, and producers, working across departments to streamline operations and communication, manage projects, and generally...Show More Summary

The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Columbus, Ohio

Where to find everything from Nashville-style hot chicken to traditional Tibetan momo Today, Eater returns to Columbus, Ohio, to focus on 12 buzzworthy restaurants and bars that have opened in the past year. Once again, longtime Columbus...Show More Summary

Pam Anderson Is Opening a Vegan Restaurant in the South of France

The actress/activist reveals her plans in a tribute to boyfriend Julian Assange Longtime animal rights activist Pamela Anderson is taking her dedication to vegan living one step further by opening a restaurant in France, her new home, that will not serve any meat or daily products. Show More Summary

Watch: The New York City Burger That Tastes Just Like Steak

‘The Meat Show’ breaks down a Peter Luger secret Peter Luger Steak House is one of NYC’s oldest and most iconic restaurants, known for its USDA prime porterhouse steaks for two that are dry aged in-house and served on a sizzling platters...Show More Summary

A Martha Stewart Musical Is Headed to New York City This Summer

It’s a good thing From her days as a print model in the ’60s to her decades spent building a vast media empire to her brief stint in federal prison, Martha Stewart has lived one hell of a crazy life. It’s only fitting, then, that her saga is getting the musical theater treatment. Show More Summary

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